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He holds every single record known to man <----- not true


As far as career home runs go, Babe Ruth broke Roger Connor's all time record on July 18, 1921. Hank Aaron broke Ruth's all time record on April 8, 1974. That would mean he held the record for 52 years, 8 months, 21 days.


Neither. Barry Bonds has led since 2007 with 762 home runs in his career. Hank Aaron had 755 and Babe Ruth had 714.


Babe Ruth home run recordsBabe Ruth set two major home run records in his career by the time he retired. The single season home run record and the all time career home run record. Roger Connor held the record for career home runs with 138, until Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139. The Babe would go on and finish his career with 714 in 1935. The record would hold up until 1974 when Hank Arron hit number 715. The Babe also set the single season home run record in 1927, breaking his own record of 59, in 1921. That record will stand until 1961 when RogerMaris hit 61, in 1961.


52 years and 8+ months. Babe Ruth broke the record for career MLB home runs, breaking Roger Connor's record of 138, by hitting his 139th home run on July 18, 1921. Hank Aaron broke Ruth's MLB record of 714 career home runs by hitting his 715th on April 8, 1974.


Yes.When Babe Ruth retired in 1935, his 1330 career strikeouts was an MLB record. That record was broken in 1964 by Mickey Mantle.He never held the MLB single season strikeout record. That record, during the length of Ruth's career, was 120 by Gus Williams of the 1914 St. Louis Browns. The most times Ruth struckout in a season was 93 in 1923.


Babe Ruth set two major home run records in his career by the time he retired. The single season home run record and the all time career home run record. Roger Connor held the record for career home runs with 138, until Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139. The Babe would go on and finish his career with 714 in 1935. The record would hold up until 1974 when Hank Arron hit number 715. The Babe also set the single season home run record in 1927, breaking his own record of 59, in 1921. That record will stand until 1961 when RogerMaris hit 61, in 1961.


hit 714 homers to be the home run king at the time he held 54 records some of which held for 34 years after he died.


Babe Ruth Signed Cleveland Indians programThe value of the 1930 Cleveland Indians program is meaningless with the exception that it is a poor item for the Babe Ruth signature, that will hold the bulk of the value but, it is a Babe Ruth Signature.A Babe Ruth Signed Program in general is worth about about $2,500.-$3,000. Price will vary based on condition of both the signature, the program, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. The paper of the program could tend to deteriorateover time, and collectors will not pay top dollar. Part of the value will be determined by how well the program displays the signature. The type of ink used, and how it stands out in contrast to the prgram.


When Babe Ruth was seven years old his parents placed him in St. Mary's Industrial School (Baltimore), an institution for underprivileged boys, were he learned to play baseball. He began to play semiprofessional ball in Pennsylvania and was signed by the Baltimore Orioles (International League) in 1914. That same year he was sold as a pitcher to the Boston Red Sox of the American League. The Babe never had to hold a second job as many of the ball players of the day. He played baseball for a living and it paid him well.


Hank Aaron was the first African-American ballplayer to hold the all-time home record. He surpassed Babe Ruth's record of 714 in 1974.


The first player in Major League Baseball was George Henry "Babe" Ruth. He did not play for the Yankees until his pay was raised in 1926.


According to the Society for American Baseball Research, Jim Thome, Jimmie Foxx, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial, Frank Robinson, and Babe Ruth hold the MLB career record for walk off home runs with 12.


As of 2013, the top three Yankees for lifetime hits are Derek Jeter (3304), Lou Gehrig (2721), and Babe Ruth (2518). Gehrig got his 2519th hit, passing Ruth, mid-way through the 1937 season (he had 2547 at the end of that year). Jeter got his 2722th hit about 2009 September 10. Thus, Gehrig held the record from mid-1937 till late 2009.


I take it by "Hall of Fame 1936 Babe Ruth Baseball" you mean a Baseball signed by Babe Ruth when he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1936, or a "Hall of Fame Babe Ruth Baseball" issued recently as a collectible to commemorate Babe Ruth's Hall of Fame induction. Big Difference.If the baseball is a commemorate Babe Ruth's Hall of Fame baseball celebrating his induction into the Hall of Fame it would only be worth about $5.-$15. More of a novelty than a collectible. If the baseball is signed, and dated "1936" by Babe Ruth it will have higher value than a baseball signed by the Babe without the added inscription. Any inscription in reference to the Hall of Fame will add further value.One of the most prized signatures in the hobby a Babe Ruth single signed baseball in general is worth about $6,000.-$10,000. Value may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature.A baseball in poor condition with a weak signature could sell in the $4,000. price range or less, and a minty baseball with a strong signature could sell in the $15,000 price range or more. The strength of the authenticity that accompanies the signature will hold the key to getting full value.


One of the most prized signatures in the hobby a Babe Ruth single signed baseball in general is worth about $6,000.-$10,000. Value may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. The type of baseball will also effect the price with an Official American league baseball from Ruth's playing days being of the most value.A baseball in poor condition with a weak signature could sell in the $4,000. price range or less, and a minty baseball with a strong signature could sell in the $15,000 price range or more. But with all said the strength of the authenticity that accompanies the signature will hold the bulk of the value. If the signature is not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less.If the baseball is inscribed, and dated "1948" by Babe Ruth the baseball will have extra value. The Babe was dying of throat cancer, and past away that year. Being very ill, he most likely did not sign many baseballs. On July 26, 1948, Babe Ruth attended the premier of the film about his life, The Babe Ruth Story, which starred William Bendix. Ruth however was feeling very ill, and left well before the film was finished. Three weeks later, on Aug.16 1948 Babe Ruth Passed away.


Career and Single Season RBI LeadersHank Wilson of the Chicago Cubs holds the major League record for RBIs in a single season with 191 hit in 1930. New York Yankees, Lou Gehrig holds the American League record for RBIs in a single season with 184 in 1931. Hank Aaron holds the Major League record for career RBIs with 2,297 and the National League record with 2,202. Babe Ruth is second in career RBIs with 2,218, and hold the American League career RBI record with 2,201.


1926 Babe Ruth Home Run BaseballA baseball hit for a home run by Babe Ruth in 1926 would have a significant value. The problem is proving it. A Babe Ruth 1933 All Star Game home run baseball sold at auction in 2006 for $805,000. However, No collector will pay a large amount of money for a baseball that has been handed down with a story.The value of a "game used" Babe Ruth home run baseball will rely on your ability to prove so. Otherwise it will be valued as a used Major League baseball from 1926, with a story. A "Game used" home run baseball would have to be accompanied with provenance, and the quality of the provenance will dictate the value. A letter from a player, team, or League official would be acceptable. A letter from a fan at the game would not hold much weight if any. Without provenance the value will rely on the buyers belief in your story.Babe Ruth hit 3 home runs in game 4 of the 1926 World Series. Any one of these baseballs would have a very high value but only if documented properly.


Reggie Jackson and Chase Utley hold the record for most home runs in a World Series with 5. Players with 4 home runs in a World Series are Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Hank Bauer, Barry Bonds, Duke Snider and Gene Tenace.


When Mickey Mantle retired he was third on the all time list for Home runs with 536 behind Babe Ruth 714, and Willie Mays 583. He still holds the all-time record for home runs in World Series play (18) See Related Links foe Mickey Mantle's Stats.


The term you used "signature Babe Ruth baseball" can be conceived as a baseball that has a Babe Ruth signature on it but not necessarily hand signed. A Babe Ruth signature baseball, a baseball with a pre printed Babe Ruth signature on it could sell anywhere from $10.-$100. or more depending on the year it was issued, and by who. More info would be needed to be more accurate. One of the most prized signatures in the hobby a (Hand Signed) Babe Ruth single signed baseball in general is worth about $6,000.-$10,000. Value may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. The type of baseball will also effect the price with an Official American league baseball from Ruth's playing days being of the most value. A baseball in poor condition with a weak signature could sell in the $4,000. price range or less, and a minty baseball with a strong signature could sell in the $15,000 price range or more. But with all said the strength of the authenticity that accompanies the signature will hold the bulk of the value. A signature with the quotation marks around "Babe" that typified his pre-1928 autograph will sell at a higher value as well. If the signature is not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less.


Babe Ruth Single Signed BaseballOne of the most prized signatures in the hobby a Babe Ruth single signed baseball in general is worth about $6,000.-$10,000. Value may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature.A baseball in poor condition with a weak signature could sell in the $4,000. price range or less, and a minty baseball with a strong signature could sell in the $15,000 price range or more. But with all said the strength of the authenticity that accompanies the signature will hold the bulk of the value. Personal inscriptions can lower the value of a signature, but with a Babe Ruth signature it would be more forgiving.If the signature is not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less.


he did not have a record


41 years. they hold the record for the most wins in the ncaa tournament with 100


The Boston Bruins made the playoffs from 1968 to 1996 a record 29 consecutive years. The Chicago Blackhawks are next with 28 (1970-97)



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